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    quad core monitoring sofware needed

    Hi all
    I have just got my new quad core up and running and was looking for some temp monitoring software.
    Any help?
    thanks
    Robert

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    Re: quad core monitoring sofware needed

    Quote Originally Posted by shadowmaster View Post
    If you aren't running 64-bit vista, then Coretemp.

    Or for any Windows OS, Speedfan and add 15°C to each core temp.

    Cheers,
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    Re: quad core monitoring sofware needed

    Oh yeah forgot about coretemp, thats also quite good.

    Speedfan (version 4.32) is not bad though. It gives me roughly the same temp readings as Intel TAT and coretemp. Not sure if thats the case with everyone else though.

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    Re: quad core monitoring sofware needed

    Quote Originally Posted by shadowmaster View Post
    Oh yeah forgot about coretemp, thats also quite good.

    Speedfan (version 4.32) is not bad though. It gives me roughly the same temp readings as Intel TAT and coretemp. Not sure if thats the case with everyone else though.
    My Quad has a 15° difference between Speedfan and Coretemp, so I configured the offset in Speedfan to add 15° (I run Vista X64 and the driver signing stops me running Coretemp easily).

    cheers,
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    Re: quad core monitoring sofware needed

    Thanks
    I am running vista 64bit had speedfan but was looking for others will give the intel one a go
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    Robert
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